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BeatsX vs AirPods: Apple wireless headphones compared

Apple has two unique bluetooth wireless headphones options for its iPhone –  and other devices – here is how AirPods compare to BeatsX. By now you know that the latest iPhone doesn’t have a headphone jack. You’ll find a set of wired headphones in the box but if you want to step up your experience,... Read More »

Bragi Headphone review: Comfy wireless buds with enough stamina for a long day

Bragi Headphone review: Comfy wireless buds with enough stamina for a long dayGerman audio gear maker Bragi’s first product, The Dash, was incredibly ambitious – a pair of wireless headphones with built-in fitness tracking and onboard storage to play music without relying on a phone. The imaginatively named sequel, The Headphone, is a simpler affair with just the ability to play music and handle calls when connected over... Read More »

The FIIL Diva Review: The Best Wireless Active Noise Cancellation Headphones At The Sub $175 Price Point

The FIIL Diva Review: The Best Wireless Active Noise Cancellation Headphones At The Sub $175 Price PointI have a very unique pair of headphones in my hands today called the FIIL DIVA – a smart, ANC, wireless headphone. In this review, I will be going over everything from aesthetics, to build quality and of course the actual performance and value proposition of the pair. The FIIL DIVA is a very special... Read More »

JBL E55BT: New ‘value’ over-ear Bluetooth headphone delivers on performance, comfort

JBL E55BT: New ‘value’ over-ear Bluetooth headphone delivers on performance, comfortNot everyone wants to spend $300 on a premium Bluetooth headphone, which is where products like JBL’s E55BT come in. An over-ear headphone and top-end model in JBL’s “value” E-Series line of wireless headphones, the E55BT is the successor to the E50BT and retails for $150 (internationally it costs £100 in the UK and AU$230).... Read More »

Libratone Q Adapt In-Ear headphone review: Good sound, but minor problems abound

In-ear monitors with active noise cancellation (ANC) are an ideal solution for commuters and frequent air travelers. They’re compact, light, and conveniently sized for slipping into a shirt or coat pocket. Equally important is their ability to mask the drone of jet engines, train tracks, wind noise, and other distracting ambient noise. But if you... Read More »